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Suzaku (satellite)

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Suzaku satellite in pre-launch tests, 2004

Suzaku (すざく)[1] is the name of the a Japanese artificial satellite which was put into orbit in 2005.

The launch was a project of the Institute of Space and Astronautical Science of the University of Tokyo.

The satellite was launched on July 10, 2005.[2]


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  1. Suzaku named after the mythological "vermilion bird of the south".
  2. JAXA, "Catalogue of ISAS Missions" Archived 2014-12-31 at the Wayback Machine; retrieved 2012-4-2.

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